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Absolutely Useless Package Manager is the project of high school student, with nickname Pepo
The main objective of this project is to explore an alternative design for the measurement of the movement of a joystick on Linux platform. This project demonstrates the use of a accelerometer as a computer joystick.
Alban's X-Platform API implements the WIndows API into the KDE desktop on Linux systems.
The Alien Filesystem
Xinstaller is a program written in C for Linux. It will allow you to make an installer file for your programs. The user will have only to start the executable and to answer some easy questions(mostly "next" :)).
AniToolBox aims to be an Open Source and Free Computer Aided Animation program suite. Since the project is still in its initial planning phase, suggestions are very welcome.
Anoubis is a Security Suite which implements a secured environment for applications. The core of the suite is an Application Firewall alongside with a Sandbox. Mechanisms to assure the authenticity of files, directories and applications are provided.
This is an Open Source experimental OS with no kernel.
AqBackup is a revision controlled backup storage system for local or remote access. It uses compression if appropriate and allows to restore to any directory.
After one year without development of the XForms based Unix email client XFMail, the coding has started again. The GTK is supposed to be the toolkit of choice and so we will take XFMail's core, restructure it, and port it to the Gimp ToolKit.
ArkWorld is a multi-player, free-form roleplay game system. The server uses XML for it's configuration and game description, and is written in C and C++ for Linux (and other un*x?). The clients are currently being written in GAMBAS and Visual Basic.
Knoppix-based live linux .ISO will perform all the tasks required in a typical asset recovery process for PCs. Includes DOD data removal. Used for HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, and FACTA data disposal regs. Data removal protects privacy and identity theft.
Mp3 Tag Assistant for Unix that complete mp3tag with existent information and freedb.org database.
Quick Vuln Check
Save wife from the Bats
This project has been ended. I decided to rename it to "Generated MUD" (project genmud here) to concentrate on the generation code more.
BeleniX is an OpenSolaris Distribution with an installable Live CD. It includes all the features of OpenSolaris and adds a whole variety of open source packages. BeleniX is free to use, modify and distribute.
A special Linux distribution for total newbies, desktop usage. Primary goals are ease of use and ease of installation. It intentionally does not include any server applications.
Blast - A fast 2 Dimensional Arcade style Game.
Borg = Mobile Multi agent system with support for strong migration, serialisation and location transparaent routing. Interpreter= prototype based. Compiles for macintosh, windows, linux, freebsd, solaris and palm.
This project is now upgraded as educational resource planning tool including LMS (learning management system). Now DEI, AVV K, IITR, NITH, AMU, JMI, IGNOU, SMVDU are partnering in this. Overall coordination is done by IIT Kanpur.
Project CppEIde is Windows/Linux code-generator for C/C++ language.
Code Interface Node ( cin ) is c code which is linked into LabView cin icons. These icon and hence cin can then extend the functionality of LabView for linux. Lets place our changes and newly developed CIN in this public toolbox.
Various software for small-time cable television (CATV) and/or cable Internet operations, or community broadcasting initiatives.
Find out who's calling you before pick up the phone. No extra hardware is required as long as your modem is supported.